Baby Fozzie is Afraid of the Dark by Marilyn Kaye

By Marilyn Kaye

What are you dreaming approximately Kermit? requested child Fossie. Kermit yawned, I;m in a flying boat crusing in the course of the evening. Fossie closed his eyes and imagined the place he may perhaps go.....

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Although these originally adaptive behaviours will feel far safer than THE ‘COHERENT NARRATIVE’: REALISM, RESOURCES AND RESPONSIBILITY… / 55 allowing intimacy, according to the child’s distorted mental representations, their persistence must now be considered maladaptive. Where once they ensured the child’s survival they now actively inhibit him from benefiting from a healthier familial environment and compromise his future well being. The superficial ‘match’ of attachment patterns between ‘dismissing’ parents and traumatised children could perpetuate the intergenerational transmission of trauma, allowing the youngster’s affect dysregulation and attachment disorganisation to continue.

In all cases the ‘explaining’ task continues to pose ADOPTION AND PERMANENCE TODAY: A DISCUSSION / 33 difficult challenges for adoptive parents and their children. Whilst these difficulties are not insuperable, the basic foundation of disadvantage, reinforced by the complexities of contemporary adoption, has to be taken into account in the provision of support services for adoptive and relinquishing birth families. In the recent past, multiple placement moves and insufficient post placement support have exacerbated risks of disruption.

Unfortunately, the scope of this book and space do not allow discussion of the key needs of, and issues regarding, birth parents and adopted adults; in no way does this minimise their importance. Adoption has Changed, is Changing Research and various Government and Social Service Inspectorate (SSI) reports have confirmed that adoption has changed radically and continues to change (Department of Health [DoH] 2000; Performance Innovation Unit [PIU] 2000; SSI 1996, 2000a). The number of adoptions has reduced 31 32 / TRAUMA, ATTACHMENT AND FAMILY PERMANENCE dramatically, from its peak of 22,502 in 1974, to around 4000 in 1999/2000 (Ivaldi 2000).

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